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Female Nude
Oil on canvas. 1902
Pinazo Camarlench, Ignacio
Female Nude
Oil on canvas. 1902
Pinazo Camarlench, Ignacio

The nude young woman sits on a white cloth with which she covers her lap. The artist paints her in profile and avoids showing her face. This is one of many nude studies made by this artist, and it may well be the most lauded of them all. Several of its characteristic aspects have been praised for their exquisite mastery, including the rich palette —especially the greens, which vary rhythmically— t

The Siesta, or Pompeian Scene
Oil on canvas. 1868
Alma-Tadema, Sir Lawrence
The Siesta, or Pompeian Scene
Oil on canvas. 1868
Alma-Tadema, Sir Lawrence

A domestic scene set in classical antiquity. An old man and a youth recline on divans while an attractive young woman plays music on a double flute. Both the clothing and the setting suggest the Greek world, and the motives and clothing are rigorously faithful to archeological discoveries made in the mid nineteenth century. Despite being Dutch by birth, Sir Lawrence Alma cultivated an eclectic per

Ignacio, the Artist's Son
Oil on canvas. 1885
Pinazo Camarlench, Ignacio
Ignacio, the Artist's Son
Oil on canvas. 1885
Pinazo Camarlench, Ignacio

Pinazo’s fascination with childhood led him to paint several pictures of his two children, in which he captured the freshness and spontaneity of the child’s world. Here, his son Ignacio, the artist’s favourite model, who would later become a sculptor.

Hecuba' s Grief
Oil on copperplate. Ca. 1630
Bramer, Leonaert
Hecuba' s Grief
Oil on copperplate. Ca. 1630
Bramer, Leonaert

Both the royal inventories and Stchavinsky (1912) identify this scene as the story of Hecuba, wife of Priam of Troy. Wichmann (1923) disagrees, believing it to be the Finding of the bodies of Hero and Leander, an interpretation supported by Valdivieso (1973), Pigler (1974), Salerno (1977-80) and Sluijter (1986). Luna (1984), however, has called attention to the inscription HECVBA / OVIDIVS./ LIB.

The painter Antonio Gomar y Gomar
Oil on canvas. 1906
Sorolla y Bastida, Joaquín
The painter Antonio Gomar y Gomar
Oil on canvas. 1906
Sorolla y Bastida, Joaquín

The Valencian painter Antonio Gomar (1853-1911), who specialised in landscapes and decorative compositions, is portrayed by his compatriot Sorolla at the age of 53. The work’s landscape format, influenced by photography, and which Sorolla reserved for portraits of family and friends, is indicative of how close he was to his model. Painted in the foreground, his body foreshortened to the left, and

Consuelo Rocamora Menéndez
Oil on canvas. 1912
Alberti Barceló, Fernando
Consuelo Rocamora Menéndez
Oil on canvas. 1912
Alberti Barceló, Fernando

Consuelo Rocamora y Menéndez, soprano ligera en activo a finales de la década de 1920.

Landscape in the Dauphinoise
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1864
Haes, Carlos de
Landscape in the Dauphinoise
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1864
Haes, Carlos de

The beauty of its high peaks attracted numerous landscape painters to the French region of the Dauphinoise. Among them was Haes, who was captivated by this landscape near Provence and the French Alps. In this panoramic view, typical of his early output, he maintains his use of earthy tones and strongly modelled volumes defined by contrasts of light. The canvas was executed in his studio from a pre

Feliciana Bayeu, the Painter's Daughter
Oil on canvas. 1787
Bayeu, Francisco
Feliciana Bayeu, the Painter's Daughter
Oil on canvas. 1787
Bayeu, Francisco

Francisco Bayeu worked as a court painter to Charles III from 1767; by 1787 -the date of this small portrait- he had produced a considerable number of decorations for the royal palaces and important churches. He reached the zenith of his brilliant career as an official painter and academician around this time, being named Director of Painting at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando in 17

The Relief of Genoa by the 2nd Marquis of Santa Cruz
Oil on canvas. 1634 - 1635
Pereda y Salgado, Antonio de
The Relief of Genoa by the 2nd Marquis of Santa Cruz
Oil on canvas. 1634 - 1635
Pereda y Salgado, Antonio de

Here, the doge of the Republic of Genoa emerges through the gates of the city in order to receive Don Álvaro de Bazán, the Marquis of Santa Cruz, who has arrived as the commander of a fleet intended to protect the city from assault by the French troops led by the Constable Lesdiguières and Charles Emmanuel I, the Duke of Savoy. In the distance, the city´s populace jubilantly g

The Mancorbo Pass in Picos de Europa
Oil on canvas. 1876
Haes, Carlos de
The Mancorbo Pass in Picos de Europa
Oil on canvas. 1876
Haes, Carlos de

Universally considered the most emblematic painting of Spanish 19th-century realist landscape, this spectacular panorama of Picos de Europa is also Carlos de Haes absolute masterpiece. He painted it at the height of his career, with the confidence and ease of his most refined style. It is thus the maximum example of the powerful transformation that this great master of Belgian origin effected in l

Throat-cutting
Oil on tin plate. Ca. 1808
Anonymous
Throat-cutting
Oil on tin plate. Ca. 1808
Anonymous

Companion of the work The Bonfire (P07111). Scenes of this type are commonly found in nineteenth-century paintings inspired by Goya. The artist’s followers looked to his most cruel, violent compositions such as Cannibals (Besançon, Musée des Beaux-Arts) or the scenes of attacks by bandits (Marqués de la Romana collection). The rendition of the anatomies, their particular expre

My Godmother
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1912
Huidobro Laplana, Luis
My Godmother
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1912
Huidobro Laplana, Luis

Wearing a brownish-green shawl, the sitter looks at the viewer with a serious expression as she opens a fan and raises her skirt to continue her walk across the fields by the Manzanares. In the background, the Royal Palace appears as a blur. Half-way between the portrait and the costumbrista painting of typical Madrid characters, the work belongs to the conservative trend that defended local pride

Marine
Oil on canvas. 1912
López Castrillo, Flora
Marine
Oil on canvas. 1912
López Castrillo, Flora

A much beloved pupil of Antonio Muñoz Degraín, Flora López Castrillo constitutes an exception among the Spanish women painters of her time owing to her professional specialisation in landscapes and marines. This work, which clearly shows the influence of her teacher, is inspired by some lines from the poem La Galatea, which was included in a Renaissance pastoral novel by Gaspa

The Swarm or The Fair
Oil on canvas. 1912
Alberti Barceló, Fernando
The Swarm or The Fair
Oil on canvas. 1912
Alberti Barceló, Fernando

The Engraver Bernardo Rico
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1870
Madrazo y Garreta, Raimundo de
The Engraver Bernardo Rico
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1870
Madrazo y Garreta, Raimundo de

This painting and its dedication demonstrate the friendship between Raimundo de Madrazo and Bernardo Rico (1825-1894), a leading wood engraver and the brother of the painter Martín Rico. The controlled, precise brushstroke on the face contrasts with the looser and more fluid handling of the background.

Fruits
Oil on canvas. 1911
Alcayde Montoya, Julia
Fruits
Oil on canvas. 1911
Alcayde Montoya, Julia

Originally from Asturias, Julia Alcayde was trained in Madrid, where she specialised in still lifes and pictures of flowers and game, though she also worked in other genres. This still life with the fruits laid directly on the ground, as often found in her mature compositions, won a second-class medal at the 1912 National Exhibition. Despite this, it was not acquired by the State, which also faile

Leticia Bosch-Labrús, duchess of Dúrcal
Oil on canvas. 1911
Benedito Vives, Manuel
Leticia Bosch-Labrús, duchess of Dúrcal
Oil on canvas. 1911
Benedito Vives, Manuel

This is a portrait of Leticia Bosch-Labrús (Madrid, 29 September 1881). She married Fernando Sebastián de Borbón, Duke of Dúrcal in 1910. They had two daughters: María Cristina (P007881) and Leticia.During his life and his career, he travelled several times throughout Europe. One of his trips was to Paris, where he kept a studio for almost two years during which

The alchemist gnomes
Oil on canvas. 1912
Menéndez Pidal, Luis
The alchemist gnomes
Oil on canvas. 1912
Menéndez Pidal, Luis

The artist sent this painting (along with several others) to the 1924 National Fine Arts Exhibition, where he won the Medal of Honour. He also sent a cartouche in which four verses were written as in a monorhyme quatrain Alexandrian stanza, by Menéndez Pidal himself, who had written poems as a hobby when he was young and whose brother Juan had published poetry books. Those verses read: ‘Des

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